According to federal law (specifically, The Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act of 1990, re-named the Clery Act in 1998), the Trinity University Police Department is required to report “statistics concerning the occurrence of certain criminal offenses reported to the local police agency or any official of the institution who has ‘significant responsibility for student and campus activities.’”
According to federal law, a Campus Security Authority is "an official of an institution who has significant responsibility for student and campus activities, including, but not limited to, student housing, student discipline, and campus judicial proceedings."
Campus Security Authorities
Obligatory Crime Data and Hate Crime Reports
Trinity University is required to report offenses that occur on campus, in residence facilities, in non-campus property, and on public property.
Any Missing Information?
If you are aware of any crimes listed above that occurred during the calendar year and were not reported to the Trinity University Police Department, please call 210-999-7070 and ask to speak with Cpl. Laura Hernandez.
If you don't know whether or not the crime was reported to the Trinity University Police Department, please contact the Department with any information that you have. Be sure to provide us with:
- The date of the incident (if you don't know the precise date, give her the date or time frame when it was reported to you)
- The location of the incident (if you don't know the exact location, provide as much information as you have)
- A brief description of the incident for classification purposes
- Anything else you know
Do Not Wait to Report!
Campus Security Authorities are legally obligated to immediately report crimes to the Trinity University Police Department. If you are a Campus Security Authority and someone has reported a serious crime that may cause an ongoing threat to the University community, do not wait until the end of the year to report the incident to TUPD.